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19, 2008: Texas IHOP Linked To Another Salmonella Outbreak

The International House of Pancakes (aka IHOP), located on I-40 and Western Street in Amarillo, has closed for a third time this year because of another possible Salmonella food poisoning outbreak. 

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Amarillo.com reports that the Public Health and Environmental Health Departments are investigating a total of ten cases of Salmonella food poisoning in connection with this latest outbreak. Seven of those cases have been linked to the Western Street IHOP. 

The same IHOP was closed down in June and later again in July. About 90 cases of Salmonella were linked to the restaurant during the July outbreak. 

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